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BRICS & UNIDO: Technology and Innovation for SMEs Development
Sergey Korotkov Director, UNIDO CIIC Russia
UNIDO Project The Project “Partnership between Russia and Brazil in technology and innovation for development of SMEs” started in 2012 in support of Declaration of BRICS Summit 2011. Industrial Partnerships Technology and Innovation SME’s It serves as well to implementation of all three priority fundamental task of sustainable development:
UNIDO Project The general goal of the project is to enhance business partnerships between BRICS countries to exploit potential synergies between them in selected areas of innovation and new technologies The objective of the first project phase is to develop a networking platform to enhance innovation alliances and sustainability of technology transfer between BRICS countries
BRICS joint initiatives
BRICS Development Bank BRICS Cable ( km) BRICS Agricultural Plan BRICS Strategy BRICS Science Centre BRICS Road Map BRICS University BRICS Currency Pool BRICS Think Tanks BRICS Stock exchange BRICS Business Club
The Project contributes to National Development Programs
BRAZIL. Program of Acceleration of SMEs development RUSSIA. Science and technology development program The state program No. 467-R “Economic development and innovation economy” (sub-programme "Promotion of innovation") INDIA. The 12th Five Year Plan ( ) Vision: enabling India to emerge as global industrial research and innovation hub CHINA. Sectoral state development programs of China The 12th Five Year Plan ( ) of China SOUTH AFRICA. National Development Plan Industrial Policy Action Plan (IPAP)
Problem Need of information on market opportunities in high-growth sectors and potentials for technological and innovation cooperation between BRICS Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Need of support in technology transfer and related investment opportunities, including locally available funding mechanisms, and information on business culture and legal provisions
BRICS Technology Platform
Development programs show current and long term objectives indicating priority industrial sectors of economy Providing SMEs of BRICS countries with access to current technologies to participate in priority clusters of national development programs Implementation of development programs requires active international industrial cooperation based on comprehensive technologies, modern equipment, high intellectual potential of Technology Holders, etc.
Mission of the Network To support SME internationalisation within BRICS Internationalisation is an engine for SME competitiveness and development In order to enhance competitiveness and growth, cooperation platforms must facilitate internationalisation, not only exports To help small companies, research organisations, industries, universities make the most of the business opportunities in BRICS
BRICS Technology Transfer Networking Platform (www.brics-ttn.org)
Target participants Small and Medium Enterprises (main group)
Universities and their alliances with industrial companies (like “competence centers”) R&D Labs Industry Technological brokers: national technology transfer networks/centers business associations supporting technological business cooperation business incubators, technoparks, clusters, etc.
BRICS Technology Platform - Priorities
MINING & MINERALS PROCESSING METALLURGY & FOUNDRY METAL & METAL FABRICATION GREEN TECHNOLOGY WASTE MANAGEMENT IT & HIGHTECH EFUEL & ENERGY ENERGY EFFICIENCY RENEWABLE RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE: TRANSPORT, ENERGY, WATER CONSTRUCTION: INDUSTRIAL & HOUSUNG AGRO PROCESSING BIOTECHNOLOGY; CHEMICAL INDUSTRY MANUFACTURING
Technology Transfer Simple Complex UNIDO intervention
Technology Platform UNIDO intervention
UNIDO intervention Negotiation of technology transfer (TT) through joint venturing and capital venturing, establishment of joint ventures cooperation projects between institutions and companies Joint demonstration and pilot projects in priority sectors identified and support provided for their implementation for further provincial and regional spreading and multiplying of TT
Technology Transfer Methodology - Stages
1. Work with clients 2. Identification of offers / requests 3. Search for partners 4. Initial contact / negotiations 5. Technology transfer A major competitive advantage of the project is the methodology adapted from the Russian Technology Transfer Network and European Union innovation networks, which ensures efficient technology transfer, not only nationally but also transnationally
Expected benefits Speedup of economic growth Cost effectiveness Innovation and technology development Job creation Faster introduction of energy efficiency and green technologies
Ongoing projects Russia - Brazil Pilot Projects “Implementation of polyurethane technology based on Methyl Formate blowing agent in Russia” and “Rehabilitation of oil bore holes in Brazil” At present pilot project developed by Purcom Quimica and NTV Vladipur is under practical implementation in industrial production in Russia “Novas Energy” – SME innovation company implementing technological solution to increase oil bore holes lifetime and thus oil production in Brazil
Sergey Korotkov Director
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